What is an nTLD and list?

TLD stands for "Top-Level Domain" and the "n" stands for "New", i.e. New Top-Level Domain. A TLD in general is basically the string of characters that follows your domain name. For example, in the domain "", the TLD or domain extension is ".COM".

ICANN decided to approve the creation of hundreds of new TLDs. So in addition to TLDs such as .COM, .NET, and .ORG, which you're already familiar with, a variety of new TLDs such as .BIKE, .PHOTOS, and .MENU will be launching as well.

Below are the listed latest nTLD's

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